[size=52]Four parliamentary committees rely on the emergency support law[/size]
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The legal, financial, health, environment and education committees in the House of Representatives threw their weight in an attempt to include in the emergency support law the largest possible number of materials guaranteeing the allocations of several segments, including free lecturers and contract employees, this comes while the Ministry of Finance put its final touches on the 2022 budget. With half of it coming in by June.
And the ministry’s advisor, Abdul Hassan Jamal, said in a statement to Al-Iraqiya channel: “The budget department took into account all the allocations, including lecturers and contracts,” adding, “But we are waiting for the next government, because the current one has no powers that empower it to submit draft laws to Parliament.”
Jamal pointed out that “the financial ceilings have not been definitively determined. We must receive the proposed oil prices by the Ministry of Oil and the quantities of oil sold in accordance with the agreements with OPEC.”
Regarding the emergency support law, he explained that “the current law is similar to the one that was suspended by the Federal Court, and it will serve wide segments.” It seems that opponents of the law have changed their tone towards it, as the representative of the coordination framework, Waad Qaddo, said that the latter, “will reserve some provisions of the law if they are Put it to a vote again in Parliament.
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